"Loved" Sayings and Quotes
Needless to say, I would have loved to have been a black belt instead of actually just wearing one to hold up my pants!
I can honestly say that, growing up, it never crossed my mind that I could ever make anything. I could write articles about things, which is why I wanted to be a professor. I loved watching movies and writing about them and teaching them, but it never crossed my mind that I could make something.
I think in general, people are baffled by love and what it does to them and how far they'll go to have love and be loved.
I have always loved to read, and now that I have penned 10 novels and a few magazine articles, I have fallen seriously in love with writing stories and seeing them go out into the world. It's magical, you know?
I found I loved musicals as much or more than the pure dance world. I also think I became tired of dancing for other dancers.
Every time I tried writing my own songs, they would come out very country. I couldn't fight it, and the more I listened to country music, the more I loved it, and it just became very natural.
I always want objects in my home that have a connection to me or something I've loved. It's still stuff, but it's stuff that has meaning.
I loved being on stage. I was in elementary school when I started, so I couldn't say that it was about the building of characters.
I took the whole college prep trajectory, and then in my senior year of high school, I decided that performing was something that I had always done as a kid, and I loved it... I said, 'This makes people happy when I do this, I feel good, I get to pretend and explore other areas and learn so much'.